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05.02.2016
On Canal Street Chinatown in New York City, passengers wait in line for the Fung Wah Bus to Boston.
Fung Wah, the discount bus company that for nearly two decades operated between Manhattan's Chinatown and Boston and lost its federal license in 2013 because of safety violations, may close for good as early as the end of this month after losing its Boston stop. Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Director of Communications Joe Pesaturo confirmed to NBC News that the MBTA gave one of Fung Wah's two gates at Boston's South Station to Megabus, a discount intercity bus operated by DATTCO, a transportation company. A couple of months ago, the MBTA also signed an agreement with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, which awarded Fung Wah's remaining gate to accommodate several other bus carriers, Pesaturo said.
Late last year, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration granted Fung Wah permission to resume operations, and on April 28 the local community board in New York approved Fung Wah's request to re-establish a bus stop in Manhattan's Chinatown.
Liang said Fung Wah was still considering other locations in Boston that could serve as bus stops. Meanwhile, as Liang weighs all his options, his company's expenses, he said, continue to mount.


The owner of Fung Wah Bus Company, which lost its federal license in 2013 because of safety violations, has decided to close his business after more than a decade of providing discount bus service between New York's Chinatown and Boston. Peilin Liang, who started Fung Wah in 1997, told NBC News in a telephone interview Thursday that without his company's two previous gates at Boston's South Station, which the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority gave away to Megabus and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, his company cannot financially stay afloat. Fung Wah was given permission late last year to resume operations and in April received approval from a local community board in New York City to re-establish a bus stop in Manhattan's Chinatown. Liang said Fung Wah has left its storefront location on Canal Street, which served as the bus company's New York office, but that it had not yet been rented out.
On Canal Street Chinatown in New York City, passengers wait in line for the Fung Wah Bus to Boston. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration took Fung Wah off the road after officials in Massachusetts discovered cracks in the frames of some of Fung Wah's buses. But without its original South Station stop in Boston, it could prove difficult for Liang to restart his route after being sidelined by federal regulators for some 27 months, he said.


Pesaturo said that as of Tuesday, however, Fung Wah had not filed a request with the MBTA for access to other stops. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) took Fung Wah's fleet off the road in March 2013, after officials in Massachusetts discovered cracks in the frames of some of Fung Wah's buses. But after being sidelined for 27 months and without its original Boston stop, Fung Wah has struggled to restart its business, Liang said.
That order came amid dozens of maintenance violations and a number of traffic accidents involving Fung Wah buses, including one in 2008 that killed one person and injured six others in Manhattan's Chinatown. That decision came amid dozens of maintenance violations and a number of traffic accidents involving Fung Wah buses, including one in 2008 that killed one person and injured six others in Manhattan's Chinatown.



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